We are joined by iCritic.net film critic and YouTube star, Kevin T. Rodriguez, to discuss this long in development Queen biopic. Kevin is the mastermind behind two separte YouTube channels—The Apptrepreneur and his self titled channel. Click here to check out his books as well.
WHOSE CLEAN AFTER ALL?
Some films can split audiences right in half. Whether you’re talking about the latest DC films—Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice—or even classics like They Live. You have fans that will appreciate it for what it is at face value and other viewers that hate the final result for what it could have been. Bohemian Rhapsody will definitely go down as one of those films. A common compliant of those who envisioned something different is that it made the story of Queen sanitized.
FREDDIE & SEXUAL IDENTITY
It’s no surprise that Queen front man, Freddie Mercury, was bisexual. To be honest, he dated both men and women in his lifestyle. On the other hand, Mercury was an incredibly private person in real life. Bohemian Rhapsody explores his arc for his search of sexual identity.
THE LEGACY OF HER MAJESTY
Queen is arguably one of the greatest rock bands in existence. They have unique sound that helps them to stand out strongly. With pop culture hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You”, “Under Pressure” and more—make the band stand out. With this film being incredibly split between audiences—does this film danish the legacy of the great Brits?
ALL THIS & MORE…
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